Currently have the six pack hanger on my prime armor plate carrier. Not too big to get in the way, but large enough for several shotgun cards and extra supplies. Highly recommend
I love it , it's very useful and resilient. It holds alot of my equipment and it's easy to access!
Very versatile and user-friendly. Excellent design and easy access.
I switched to the six pack hanger after using a different companies hanger for a while. While I didn’t have any big complaints about the other brand, this was one of those “I didn’t know I needed it until I got it” situations. The six pack has a very usable and well thought out design. It looks great and is constructed with quality materials. I love the TQ and accessories holder/flap on the underside. It’s a great way to carry a few extra items without taking up room in the main storage compartment. Highly recommended
I’ve been using the six pack for a 2 weeks now and i love it, I barley notice it is there and very easy to organize, the built in tourniquet holder was a great touch
SIX PACK HANGER POUCH FAQS
WHAT ARE OTHER NAMES FOR A PLATE CARRIER HANGER POUCH?
There are a lot of names for plate carrier “hanger pouches” and it can get confusing at times. Here are some names people use when referring to plate carrier “hanger style” pouches: Dangler pouch or dangling pouch, lower abdominal pouch, plate carrier drop pouch, flop pouch or even plate carrier fanny pack.
CAN I ATTACH A HANGER POUCH TO MY PLATE CARRIER?
Yes, you can attach it to the loop on the front side of your plate carrier or if your plate carrier only has MOLLE on the front side you can always sandwich the dangler pouch in between velcro at the bottom of your plate bag where the plates go in.
DOES A DROP POUCH INTERFERE WHEN YOU MOVE/SIT/PRONE?
It depends on the size of the drop pouch. Bigger ones definitely can interfere with parts of your body and get in the way. Our Six Pack hanger pouch is very compact and was built so it does not hinder your movement when sitting in a vehicle or while in a prone position.
IS A PLATE CARRIER DANGLER POUCH HARD TO ACCESS?
Hanger pouches are located in a very convenient spot on your kit (that's why fanny packs are so popular) and are usually accessible with one hand. Some dangler pouches have issues with visibility of pouch’s content because of a zipper placement, but the Six Pack Dangler Pouch was designed to take care of this issue by having front zips instead of top zips.
WHAT CAN FIT IN A HANGER POUCH?
A Dangler pouch might be used as an admin pouch for a multitool, batteries, tape, chem lights etc. Some keep medical stuff in the lower abdominal pouch and usually there is a place for a tourniquet outside of the pouch. The Six Pack Hanger Pouch has elastic retention inside to keep your stuff nice and organized.